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Facebook Launches Massive Restaurant Delivery Database

The service is available now in New York City Facebook is going beyond restaurant discovery and right into food delivery. As of today, Facebook users in New York City can order food for pick-up or delivery directly from a restaurant’s Facebook page or from Facebook’s Explore menu. Show More Summary

Tim Horton’s Newest Coffee Drink Tastes Like Wings

This is not a joke Canadian coffee and doughnuts chain Tim Horton’s is releasing a product for people who can’t decide if they want a frothy espresso beverage or a plate of spicy bar wings. The liquid part of the Buffalo Latte is made...Show More Summary

Owner of America’s Last Howard Johnson’s Charged With Sexually Abusing Employees

Jo LaRock was arrested after allegedly harassing more than a dozen female staff The owner of an upstate New York Howard Johnson’s is being charged with sexually abusing and harassing more than a dozen of his employees. 65-year-old Jonathan...Show More Summary

‘Top Chef’ Heads to Colorado This December; Here’s a Sneak Peek

Meet the new cheftestepants Bravo’s smash-hit culinary competition Top Chef returns for its 15th season this December, sending judges and competitors to the Rocky Mountain State of Colorado. Episodes will take place in Denver, Boulder,...Show More Summary

Watch: These Tapestries Turn Food Farming Into a Work of Art

Lina Puerta uses mixed-media to tell their story Migrant farm workers have been a part of the agricultural industry in the United States for many years, with many coming from Latin American countries for seasonal work like fruit-picking. Show More Summary

José Andrés Delivers 500 Hot Meals to Remote Mountaintop Town in Puerto Rico

He says some people haven’t gotten help in weeks More than two weeks after arriving in Puerto Rico, chef José Andrés continues to show up government officials by actually feeding the people left without food and water after Hurricane Maria. Show More Summary

Top Singapore Restaurant Will Close, Asks to Return Michelin Stars

Restaurant André’s last day of service is February 14 Just hours after marking Restaurant André’s seventh anniversary, chef André Chiang unexpectedly announced that his Singapore restaurant’s last day of service would be February 14, 2018, CNN reports. Show More Summary

South Carolina Restaurant Manager Charged With Enslaving Disabled Employee

The worker was held captive and forced to work for little to no pay In a truly horrific case out of South Carolina, a restaurant manager has been indicted on charges of forced labor for allegedly enslaving a mentally disabled worker....Show More Summary

You Can Buy Noma’s Gorgeously Nordic Used Furniture for Thousands of Dollars

René Redzepi is auctioning off pieces from his closed restaurant Noma stans, mark your calendar: On November 2, chef René Redzepi’s iconic Copenhagen restaurant will auction off its furniture, ceramics, decor, and other design pieces from its original location. Show More Summary

Burger King Is Waging a Shadow Campaign Against Wendy’s With Promoted Tweets

People complain about Wendy’s, BK promotes their tweets New, sophisticated tactics have taken the marketing war between Burger King and Wendy’s to a higher level. A fresh addition to BK’s menu is spicy chicken nuggets, an item Wendy’s discontinued earlier this year. Show More Summary

Woman Trades McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce for a Car

She swapped one packet of the condiment for a 2004 Volkswagen GTI Much like beauty, value is truly in the eye of the beholder: A woman traded a single packet of a McDonald’s nugget dipping sauce for a car. It wasn’t just lowly barbecue...Show More Summary

The Best Lazy Halloween Costume Is This Colonel Sanders Mask and Bib

And other food news to know today The cheapest Halloween costume: a $5 KFC costume kit that comes with a (kind of creepy) Colonel Sanders mask, white bib, and KFC trick or treat bucket. It’s called “Halloween Harland” (the colonel’sShow More Summary

Anthony Bourdain Says Elite Yelpers Are ‘Bad for Restaurants’

Tony has some choice words for the online reviewers Although some chefs, like Momofuku kingpin David Chang, embrace Elite Yelpers, others despise them. Anthony Bourdain definitely falls into the latter category. Tony hasn’t been affiliated with any restaurant in a while now, but he still sees how these online reviewers infuriate his chef pals. Show More Summary

This Halloween, Dress Up as Salt Bae or a Unicorn Frappuccino

Nine simple DIY costumes for the food-obsessed Halloween approaches, and perhaps even more important than stocking up on candy for trick-or-treaters is assembling a killer costume. This year, consider skipping the store-bought sexy ladybug...Show More Summary

Anthony Bourdain Has Never Seen a City Like Lagos Before

Tony is heading to the largest city in Africa on 'Parts Unknown' this week Next up on Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain travels to Lagos, which is not only the largest city in Nigeria, but the whole of Africa. In a metropolis of roughly...Show More Summary

‘Twin Peeks’ Beer Goes Down Way Easier Than ‘Twin Peaks: The Return’

David Lynch helped create this specialty brew Danish brewing company Mikkeller is releasing a special line of Twin Peaks-themed beers at David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption in LA this weekend. The New York-based contingent of the Mikkeller...Show More Summary

Noma’s René Redzepi Will Write Three New Cookbooks

He’s also launching a biannual magazine edited by Lucky Peach’s cofounder Noma chef René Redzepi getting into the publishing game. The chef is teaming up with publisher Artisan to launch Foundations of Flavour, a series of three newShow More Summary

Eleven Madison Park’s New Redesign Comes With Bizarre 'Anti-Smell' Suits

Plus other news to know today Take a look at Eleven Madison Park’s new uniforms, which come along with the big-deal restaurant’s fresh redesign. The suits feature such elements as different colored ties to distinguish staff roles; “custom-designed...Show More Summary

Watch: ‘The Souvlaki Lady’ Serves Grilled Meat Out of a Small Trailer

‘Dining on a Dime’ heads to Astoria to visit a 30-year-old food trailer Dining on a Dime’s second New York City season continues in the borough of Queens — the largest and easternmost of the city’s boroughs. In this episode, host Lucas...Show More Summary

Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: Food Relief, Recovery, and Other Updates

How chefs like José Andrés are doing their part after the September hurricane On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm with 155 mph winds. Following the devastating, deadly hurricane —...Show More Summary

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